^Why would we be scared to be there? I'd be way more scared on the West Coast of the USA which is way overdue for a big quake and nowhere near as prepared as Japan is!
All of the parks we're scheduled to visit are open and operating the coasters and rides, it's not like we were going anywhere near the nuclear plant! That was part of our Northern Japan trip that luckily we did two years ago!
FYI, all civilized countries have also pulled their travel warnings for Japan.
I went canoeing with some friends on the Boundary Waters in Minnesota back in the '90s. That was a lot of fun. Like clockwork, the mosquitoes would come out and you had better be in your tent. It was like a wall, they were everywhere.
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